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Cable subscription collection sees 80% drop due to COVID-19

Cable operators have been facing problems in the collection of subscription fees since the third week of March as restrictions on social distancing started. Moreover, the countrywide lockdown has caused them more distress.

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MIB demands confirmation from MSOs regarding carriage of all DD channels

MUMBAI: The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has sought affidavits from both existing MSOs as well as fresh applicants that they are carrying all 24 DD channels, besides Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha TV channels, on their TV network.

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Karnataka may face day-long cable TV blackout on 24 January

Karnataka cable TV users are likely to face a blackout of TV channels on 24 January if the Karnataka State Cable Television Operators Association goes ahead with its intention to protest against the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (TRAI) new tariff order. The state has 60 to 70 lakh cable...

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Parliamentary panel raps MIB on knuckles for DAS implementation

MUMBAI: The Parliament’s Standing Committee on Information Technology and Communications (SCIT) has sent out a stern message to the stakeholders of India’s broadcast and cable industry, including the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB): get your acts together.

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Prasar CEO reiterates implementation of SC verdict on DD's shared sports feed retransmission

NEW DELHI: Prasar Bharati CEO Shashi Shekhar Vempati has directed all private direct-to-home and cable operators not to telecast the sporting events' live feed from Doordarshan that have originally been shared by rights-holding private broadcasters. This was conveyed through a tweet by Vempati....

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